Monthly Archives: October 2018
Prime Minister Mia Mottley says it is time for the region to slash significantly its massive Food Importation Bill.
Termination letters are again being distributed to workers of Petrotrin, following the company’s victory at the Court of Appeal.
The National Gas Company is denying claims that it was an exploding CNG tank which caused injury to the driver of a school bus.
Florida’s Governor says Hurricane Michael left “unimaginable destruction” as it ploughed into coastal areas.
Minister of National Security Stuart Young admits there is a shortage of prison officers in the system.
Residents in central Trinidad are without water today.
Turnaround expert Anthony Watkins believes the decision to start a fresh at state owned Petrotrin was the right one.
Health Minister continues to declare that drugs are available when in fact they are not – President of PBATT
The Pharmacy Board of Trinidad and Tobago says contrary to the assurances of the Health Minister there is a scarcity of chronic disease medication.
Statements by Petrotrin chairman Wilfred Espinet are said to have been in contempt of court.
The Miss Universe franchise is again involved in a legal battle.